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Recent Graduates from the Transition To Life Course! 


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The Social Club had an awesome evening out at Heritage Beach! We not only had a BBQ but Karen Roy and her husband Dave joined us to remember Andrew Roy on what would have been his 30th birthday, August 22. Releasing the birthday balloons was enjoyed by all!

Thank you Karen and Dave for the treats and balloons and Social Club members for your kind words and snack contributions. It was a fabulous night!



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Highlights include:

  • Featured Stories of Transition to Life Graduates
  • Transition to Life - Introduction of New Coaches
  • Community Programs - Including Camphill Communities

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A fond farewell to a long time Social Club member, Graduate of Transition to Life and winter/snow maintenance person extraordinaire.

Congratulations on your new adventure to Edmonton!

Read more: Brandon's Farewell Party

LIA POWERS: Graduate of the first TTL course- 2013

Recently we heard from one of our first graduates and we wanted to share her tremendous accomplishments with you…

Lia has accomplished so much in the years since her Transition to Life program. She is gifted musically and as music has been her lifeline since a very young age, she has been determined to become a music therapist to help other kids on the spectrum. She graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Music from the Marilyn I Walker School of Fine Arts at Brock University in 2018. She then moved to Montreal to complete a 12-month graduate diploma in Music Therapy (course work and 1200 hours of practicum) at Concordia University. She is now one year into her Masters of Music Therapy and is doing amazing work with young children with various developmental disabilities as well as working on a thesis (A Neurologically-Informed Music Therapy Early Intervention Research Study for Gait Abnormalities in Autistic Children). In addition to educating her colleagues and professors on life on the spectrum and doing some advocacy work she was also the inaugural winner of a social justice award at Concordia for her work with ASD. Recently she has also completed a course in Neurological Music Therapy at University of Toronto.

Read more: Introducing Lia Powers